Ringgit Jatuh Lagi - Kali Ini Nilai Ringgit Di Anggap Paling Lemah Di Asia.


Laporan oleh Bloomberg disiarkan kembali menerusi The Malay Mail dan ini adalah point penting untuk mudahkan pembacaan.
 
Point penting.
 
1. Nilai ringgit mengalami penyusutan berulang menjadikan ianya prestasi nilai ringgit terburuk dalam sejarah negara berbanding tahun 2009. Kejatuhan nilai ringgit juga adalah terburuk berbanding negara Asia lain.
 
2. Kejatuhan nilai ringgit ini dikaitkan dengan kejatuhan harga minyak jenis BRENT pada 2.3 peratus semalaman.

3. Kejatuhan harga minyak mentah pula dipengaruhi dengan laporan inventori (record inventori) yang memaklumkan stok simpanan minyak di AS menunjukkan trend peningkatan bagi pengiraan mingguan.
 
4. Ini menjadikan prestasi ringgit semakin lemah.
 
5. 'Kelemahan nilai ringgit' ini berpunca dari kebimbangan harga minyak mentah mungkin jatuh lagi.
 
6. Ringgit susut 0.4 peratus kepada 3,6340 dolar pada 10:08 di Kuala Lumpur, menambahkan lagi kerugian semalam di mana nilai ringgit susut pada 0.6 peratus, menurut data yang dikumpulkan oleh Bloomberg. Sebelum ini ringgit jatuh pada paras 3,6375, iaitu nilai paling rendah (lemah) sejak April 2009 (krisis). 

7. Prestasi ringgit berbanding matawang lain adalah paling buruk di Asia pada ketika ini.

Maka. Nak banding dengan Myammar ka, Indonesia ka, Laos ka apa ka dah tak layak sebab paling buruk dan teruk sekitar Asia. Mampos!

Laporan penuh ;

Malaysia’s ringgit extended losses as this month’s worst-performing Asian currency on concern a protracted drop in crude will weigh on the oil-exporting nation.
 
The currency declined for a second day and reached a new 2009 low after Brent slid 2.3 per cent overnight on a report showing US oil stockpiles climbed to the highest level in weekly data going back to 1982. Malaysia kept borrowing costs at 3.25 per cent yesterday even as central banks around the world eased monetary policy amid slowing global growth and falling consumer prices. The nation’s 10-year government bond yields headed for the biggest monthly decline since 2008.
 
“The ringgit is weakening on concern crude oil will fall further after the US record inventory report,” said Nizam Idris, Singapore-based head of foreign-exchange and fixed-income strategy at Macquarie Bank Ltd. “There is also growing pressure on central banks to ease monetary policy and Malaysia is probably doing so via weakening the currency.”
The ringgit fell 0.4 per cent to 3.6340 a dollar as of 10:08 a.m. in Kuala Lumpur, adding to yesterday’s 0.6 per cent loss, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The currency earlier touched 3.6375, the weakest level since April 2009.
 
ING Groep NV cut its year-end forecast for the ringgit to 3.78 a dollar from 3.68, after Singapore’s central bank unexpectedly eased policy yesterday via its currency band.
 
Bank Negara Malaysia’s decision to hold the benchmark rate was predicted by all 19 economists surveyed by Bloomberg. The policy stance is accommodative and appropriate given the developments in monetary and financial conditions, the central bank said in a statement yesterday.
 
Prime Minister Najib Razak last week reduced the country’s 2015 growth forecast to 4.5 per cent to 5.5 per cent from as much as 6 per cent earlier due to the drop in oil.
 
The yield on the nation’s 10-year sovereign bonds was little changed at 3.86 per cent after yesterday dropping six basis points, or 0.06 per centage point, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The yield has fallen 29 basis points this month, the most for a benchmark of that maturity since December 2008. — Bloomberg

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